The former Chelsea midfielder has agreed a three-year deal with the Welsh outfit, though was not registered in time for Sunday's match.
Friday, January 30, 2015
The attacking midfielder will join the club after finishing out the season with Osasuna, where he is on loan.
The experienced forward has opted to re-join the club which he left for Bayern Munich six years ago ahead of the Bundesliga's restart on Friday.
The Red Devils have added Victor Valdes to their squad this month but the former Netherlands boss is now only looking to sell players, not buy any, before the deadline.
The Scotland international, who has featured sparingly for the Old Trafford club this season, could seal a move to Upton Park before the transfer deadline day passes.
Thursday, January 29, 2015
The Scotland midfielder looks set to leave Man Utd in January and Sam Allardyce has not given up his quest to sign him.
The American forward is ready to return to MLS, with sources confirming to Goal USA that he has finalized a move to New England.
The Nigeria striker has decided to reunite with former boss Alan Pardew at Selhurst Park and becomes the Eagles' third signing of the January transfer window.
The Premier League leader has agreed a 33 million euro deal to sign the Colombian, with out-of-favor winger Mohamed Salah heading to Fiorentina on an 18-month loan deal.
The midfield acquisition continues a busy offseason for the Reds, which has also seen them acquire Jozy Altidore, Sebastian Giovinco and Damien Perquis.
The manager says he would like to bring more new faces to Anfield in the winter window but believes he will have to make do with what he has until the summer.
The Mexican striker has been left in limbo since the summer after a contract dispute with Liga MX side Tigres.
The 23-year-old, who has made just six Premier League starts under Harry Redknapp, becomes the Eagles' second January acquisition after Yaya Sanogo joined on loan.
We've got all the dates and times you need to know as Europe's clubs desperately try and tie up mid-season business ahead of the impending deadlines across the continent.
The centre-back completed his move to the Emirates from Villarreal earlier this week and discussed a range of topics, including his feelings on his home debut
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Wednesday, January 28, 2015
The Hammers had previously seen bids rejected for the Scottish Under-21 international but will sign him when his contract expires next summer.
Kljestan will join a revamped central midfield in New York, which also includes new acquisition Felipe Martins.
The Gunners have confirmed that the defender is now officially their player after the 24-year-old left Villareal, although the Spanish side welcomes striker Joel Campbell on loan.
The Ukraine club's CEO says negotiations are ongoing but has told the Giallorossi to up their offer if they want the transfer to go through